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Pajarico (1997)

Manu, who just turned ten, makes his first trip to Murcia to spend some time with his father's family. Surrounded by orchards, sea, nature and a cheerful and warm family, he will find his first love and the first signs of his adult life.

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Carlos Saura

Writer:

Carlos Saura
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Alejandro Martínez Alejandro Martínez ... Manu (as Alejandro Martinez)
Dafne Fernández ... Fuensanta (as Dafne Fernandez)
Francisco Rabal ... El Abuelo
Manuel Bandera ... Tío Juan
Eusebio Lázaro Eusebio Lázaro ... Tío Fernando (as Eusebio Lazaro)
Juan Luis Galiardo ... Tío Emilio
María Luisa San José María Luisa San José ... Tía Beatriz (as Mª Luisa San Jose)
Violeta Cela Violeta Cela ... Tía Lola
Eulàlia Ramon ... Tía Margarita (as Eulalia Ramon)
Paulina Gálvez ... Tía Marisa
Eva Marciel ... Loli
Israel Rodríguez ... Emilín (as Israel Rodriguez)
Rebeca Fernández Rebeca Fernández ... Amalia (as Rebeca Fernandez)
Andrea Granero Andrea Granero ... Sofía
Iker Ortiz de Zárate Iker Ortiz de Zárate ... Novio Loli - Jaime (as Iker Ibañez)
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Storyline

10-year-old Manu from Madrid arrives in Murcia in southern Spain surrounded by a lush landscape by the sea. He is sent by his parents who are trying to sort out a marital separation. The plan is that he will spend three weeks with his father's family on a rotating basis. The eccentric collection of family members includes a sharp-as-nails grandfather, uncle Juan, a heartsick watercolor painter and poet, uncle Fernando, a bisexual whose lover has just ended their affair to marry a woman, and young cousin Fuensanta who gives him his first taste of puppy love. Written by lament

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish | Catalan | Gallegan | Basque

Release Date:

6 February 1998 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Little Bird See more »

Filming Locations:

Abarán, Murcia, Spain See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Referenced in Museo Coconut: Pajarico (2010) See more »

Soundtracks

Mano Negra
By Mano Negra and Manu Chao (as M. Chao)
Performed by Mano Negra
Courtesy of Casa Babylon
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Won the award Paoa from Viña del Mar in 1998
22 February 2001 | by ctosangel-2See all my reviews

This film, made in Murcia (southeast of Spain) won the award Paoa in the International Festival of Cinema from Viña del Mar (Chile) in October'98, "for the sensitivity ant depth, the mood and the warm of the creation", said the jury. This jury unanimous decision was a surprise and deception between Alejandro Amenabar Spanish fans, who were awaiting the award for the "modern" Open Yours Eyes (a kind of Matrix with less money than the Wachowski's film).


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